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176. Brazil Senate Set to Vote in Rousseff Impeachment Trial
August 30, 2016

Lawyers at the impeachment trial of suspended Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff wrapped up their final arguments early Wednesday morning, and are expected to take a short break before the Senate votes on whether to remove her from office. Rousseff is alleged to have illegally used money from state banks to cover deficits in the federal budget in an effort to boost her popularity heading into the 2014 presidential election. Rousseff, the country's first female president, denied any...... (read more)

177. Brazil's Rousseff Impeachment Trial in Fourth Day
August 30, 2016

Lawyers at the impeachment trial of suspended Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff are making their final arguments before the Senate votes on whether to remove her from office. Rousseff, the country's first female president, was questioned by Senators for more than 14 hours on Monday after giving a 30-minute speech laying out her defense. Lawyers from the pro-impeachment side were to present their closing arguments Tuesday followed by the defense response. Senators will then hold a...... (read more)

178. Kim Dotcom Wins Right to 'Broadcast' Extradition Appeal
August 30, 2016

A New Zealand judge has ruled that Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom can livestream an upcoming court hearing on his appeal against his extradition to the United States, where he is facing criminal charges related to online piracy. Justice Murray Gilbert agreed with Dotcom's request Tuesday, rejecting U.S. arguments that it could taint a potential jury pool if he is brought to trial.  But the judge ordered the livestreaming of Wednesday's hearing over YouTube to be delayed by...... (read more)

179. Defiant Rousseff: Brazil's Democracy on Trial With Her
August 29, 2016

A defiant President Dilma Rousseff warned on Monday that her conservative opponents were trampling on Brazil's democracy by using trumped-up charges to oust her and roll back the social advances of 13 years of leftist rule. Presenting her defense at an impeachment trial in the Senate, Brazil's first female president said the economic elite had sought to destabilize her government since she narrowly won re-election to a second four-year term in 2014. Rousseff is expected to...... (read more)

180. Germany Charges Teenage Girl who Stabbed Policeman With Supporting IS
August 29, 2016

A 16-year-old girl who stabbed a policeman at a train station in Hanover, Germany, was acting under orders from Islamic State, federal prosecutors said. Safia S., a German-Moroccan dual citizen who is in prison awaiting trial, was charged with attempted murder and with being a supporter of the jihadist group, the prosecutors said on Monday. She traveled to Istanbul in January, where she met members of the group who planned to help her enter IS-controlled territory in Syria. Her trip...... (read more)

181. Rousseff to Address Brazilian Senate Monday in Impeachment Trial
August 29, 2016

Suspended Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff is scheduled to address senators Monday during her impeachment trial. She is expected to speak for about a half hour. Both supports and opponents will be able to ask her questions after her comments to the Senate. Rousseff, 68, is on trial for allegedly breaking fiscal rules in the administration of Brazil's federal budget. The first Brazilian female president has denied wrongdoing and denounced opponents' efforts as a conspiracy...... (read more)

182. The Steps in the DWI Process
August 28, 2016

When you are going through a DWI case for the very first time, you can feel very overwhelmed. This is one of the reasons it is crucial that you hire a DWI attorney in Houston immediately after your arrest. Here are the steps you will follow up to trial so that you know what to expect. Contact a Lawyer The first thing to do following your DWI arrest is to contact a qualified and experienced lawyer. Make sure they have several years of experience representing clients in situations similar to yours. You only have a couple weeks to request a hearing before your driving rights can be suspended. ... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

183. Rousseff to Address Brazilian Senate in Impeachment Trial
August 28, 2016

The impeachment trial of suspended Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff concluded a third day late Saturday with senators interrogating two witnesses called by the defense. Rousseff, 68, is on trial for allegedly breaking fiscal rules in the administration of Brazil's federal budget. Former Finance Minister Nelson Henrique Barbosa and Rio de Janeiro State University law professor Ricardo Lodi were brought in to testify and said Rousseff did not break the law. "There is...... (read more)

184. Shouts, Charges of 'Stupidity,' at Brazil President's Trial
August 26, 2016

A trial against Brazil's president turned into a yelling match and was temporarily suspended on Friday after the head of Senate declared "stupidity is endless' and sharply criticized a colleague who had questioned the body's moral authority.   The second day of the trial against President Dilma Rousseff got off to an edgy start when Senate President Renan Calheiros decided to bring up a comment made on Thursday by Sen. Gleisi Hoffmann, a member of Rousseff's...... (read more)

185. First Driverless Taxi Hits the Streets of Singapore
August 25, 2016

The first driverless taxi began work on Thursday in a limited public trial on the streets of Singapore. Developer nuTonomy invited a select group of people to download their app and ride for free in its "robo-taxi" in a western Singapore hi-tech business district, hoping to get feedback ahead of a planned full launch of the service in 2018. "This is really a moment in history that's going to change how cities are built, how we really look at our surroundings,"...... (read more)

186. Brazilian Senators Blast Each Other as Rousseff Trial Starts
August 25, 2016

Brazil's Senate on Thursday began deliberating whether to permanently remove President Dilma Rousseff from office, the final step in a leadership fight that has paralyzed Congress and cast a pall over a nation in the midst of a severe recession.   Brazil's first female president is accused of illegally shifting money between government budgets to mask yawning deficits. Detractors say she did that to shore up support and argue those maneuvers exacerbated the recession in Latin...... (read more)

187. Brazil Senate to Open Rousseff's Impeachment Trial
August 24, 2016

Brazil's Senate will open the impeachment trial of suspended President Dilma Rousseff on Thursday and hear witnesses for and against the leftist leader who is expected to be removed from office next week on charges of breaking budget laws. Rousseff, Brazil's first female president, will appear before the 81 senators on Monday to defend herself, but her opponents are confident they have more than the 54 votes needed to convict her. The final vote expected on late Tuesday or the...... (read more)

188. Thai Military Court Rejects Torture Allegation in Bomb Trial
August 23, 2016

A Thai military court on Tuesday rejected allegations by two foreign defendants that they were tortured in custody and refused to transfer them to a new prison while being tried on charges of bombing a popular Hindu shrine in Bangkok that left 20 people dead. In previous preliminary hearings the two men have said they were tortured and mistreated by their jailers in a military detention, and on Tuesday pleaded to be moved to a different correctional facility. “After investigating these...... (read more)

189. Timbuktu Mausoleum Destruction Suspect Set to Plead Guilty
August 21, 2016

An Islamic radical accused of involvement in destroying historic mausoleums in the Malian desert city of Timbuktu goes on trial at the International Criminal Court on Monday and has already told judges he intends to plead guilty.   A swift and relatively straightforward conviction is expected, marking only the fourth conviction since the Hague-based court was established in 2002. If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence of up to 30 years.    But activists say the court is...... (read more)

190. US Announces Single Largest Transfer of Guantanamo Inmates
August 15, 2016

U.S. officials said on Monday 15 inmates from the Guantanamo Bay prison were transferred to the United Arab Emirates, the single largest transfer of Guantanamo detainees during President Barack Obama's administration. The transfer of the 12 Yemeni and three Afghan citizens brings the total number of detainees down to 61 at the U.S. naval base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Most have been held without charge or trial for more than a decade, drawing international condemnation. Obama, who...... (read more)

191. Wife of Detained Lawyer Accuses Beijing Police of Harassment
August 10, 2016

HONG KONG— The wife of a detained human rights lawyer in China has accused Beijing police of harassing her landlord and forcing him not to renew her lease. Wang Qiaoling recently went to Tianjin, east of Beijing, to find out about the trial of her husband, Li Heping. He is one of several rights lawyers detained since July 2015. When she got home Tuesday, the owner of her building told her to move out. The property owner was under the orders of local police, Wang Qiaoling told VOA on Wednesday. "Pressed by police, the landlord is under lots of pressure,” she said. “... (read more)

192. Brazil Senate Votes in Favor of Impeachment Trial for Rousseff
August 10, 2016

The Brazilian Senate has voted to begin the impeachment trial of embattled President Dilma Rousseff, a move that could officially hand over power to her former vice president – current interim president – Michel Temer. Senate debate stretched into the early hours of Wednesday morning, but the results were clear-cut, with a 59 to 21 majority voting in favor of moving forward with the impeachment proceedings. The Senate needed just a simple majority to decide on taking Rousseff to trial, but a two-thirds majority will be needed in the final vote, which will come after the trial... (read more)

193. Brazil Senate Set to Vote on Presidential Impeachment Trial
August 09, 2016

The Brazilian Senate Tuesday will begin voting on whether or not to begin an impeachment trial of embattled President Dilma Rousseff that could officially hand over power to her former vice president — current interim president — Michel Temer. Despite predictions that debate could stretch into the early hours of Wednesday morning, it seems increasingly likely that the Senate will vote to try the unpopular leftist president, as a simple majority of Senators is all that is needed. The Senate suspended Rousseff in May after allegations emerged that she illegally fud... (read more)

194. Observers: Tianjin Trials of Activists Reminiscent of Soviet Purges
August 08, 2016

China put four human rights defenders on trial last week, each of whom received a prison sentence of three to seven and a half years for state subversion.   But human rights groups and observers say the latest wave of what they call “sham trials” against legal advocates, arrested amid an orchestrated crackdown last July, is mostly a political charade, and to some extent, bears a resemblance to the notorious Moscow Purge trials in the late 1930’s.  More importantly, some added, the trials show that the civil society in China is far from empowered. ... (read more)

195. 2 Ivorian Soldiers Get Jail Time in Connection With Grand-Bassam Attack
August 05, 2016

ABIDJAN, IVORY COAST— Two soldiers in Ivory Coast have been sentenced to 10 years in prison in connection with a deadly al-Qaida attack in the beach resort town of Grand-Bassam last March. Late Thursday — the same day the trial opened — a military court in Abidjan found Zanga Zoumana Coulibaly and Brice Touré guilty of criminal conspiracy and failing to report a suspected terrorist to police. Grand-Bassam, Ivory Coast... (read more)

196. Odd Criminal Defense Strategies
August 04, 2016

When you’ve been charged with a crime, finding the best way to defend against the accusations is the most important thing a defense attorney can do. Though the majority of Baytown criminal lawyers use traditional defense strategies, some attorneys choose to use more creative strategies. The strategies aren’t always successful, but they’re interesting! Twinkie Defense The defense attorney didn’t actually argue that Twinkies caused his client to murder two people, but in the 1979 murder trial of Dan White, attorneys argued that White suffered diminished mental capacity ... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

197. US Launches Experimental Zika Vaccine Clinical Trials
August 03, 2016

WASHINGTON— The U.S. government has begun the first clinical trial of an experimental Zika vaccine. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, made the announcement, “I am pleased to report that we have begun, on August 2, testing an investigational DNA vaccine intended to prevent Zika virus infection.” The experimental vaccine has shown a good response in animal models. Fauci says investigators should know soon whether it is safe for use in the first trials involving 40 human volunteers in the United States. “If we get ... (read more)

198. Brazil Impeachment Trial Closer to Sealing Rousseff Fate
August 02, 2016

BRASILIA — A Senate report found on Tuesday that Brazil's suspended President Dilma Rousseff violated the constitution by manipulating government accounts, moving her drawn-out impeachment trial closer to deciding her fate. The report is expected to be approved by the impeachment committee on Friday and by the full Senate next Tuesday, leading to the final trial phase in which the 81 Senators must reach a verdict at the end of August or first days of September. The impeachment of the unpopular leftist leader has paralyzed Brazilian politics for seven months and held interim Presid... (read more)

199. Fearing Secret Trial, Activists' Friends Protest China Court
August 01, 2016

TIANJIN— Around two dozen supporters of a prominent Chinese human rights lawyer and three activists charged with subversion protested outside a northern city court amid widespread concerns that authorities were holding their trials in secret. Flanked by Western diplomats, the supporters gathered outside the Tianjin No. 2 Intermediate People's Court on Monday calling for information to be disclosed about the four, whose mid-July indictments were the latest move by authorities waging a massive crackdown on legal activism over the past year. Supporters included the wife of Gou Honggu... (read more)

200. Pro- and Anti-Rousseff Demonstrations in Streets of Brazil
July 31, 2016

RIO DE JANEIRO— Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets in Brazil on Sunday, some calling for the permanent ouster of suspended President Dilma Rousseff and others demanding her return to office. Rousseff was impeached and suspended in May for allegedly violating budget laws. A Senate trial on permanently removing her is expected in late August. A few hundred people gathered on Rio de Janeiro's Copacabana beach Sunday to push for Rousseff's permanent removal. It was one of 20 states to see anti-Rousseff protests. Meanwhile, demonstrators in 15 states were protests ag... (read more)

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